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... by pineapple, dried apple, white hard jelly and red soft jelly. The black jelly is know locally as monkey **** and the black sesame seeds grew a slippery white coat like frog spawn when they got wet. An acquired taste we left around half. You can try any of the hundred different fruits before you buy and we tucked into several free mangosteen and Longans. Longans look like a lychee but taste like honeydew melon, we stocked up.
Farmland turned into strips of shiny ...
Another beautiful day and a temp of 26C at 7am :-) Up and out on a tour today "Vung Tau views" about 50 mins by coach to a coastal resort. Went to a Whale temple and the Linh Son Co Tu Pagoda. I can honestly say that we're all Temple'd and Pagoda'd out now ;-) The Buddhist temples have swastikas in their design, they are all over the place. Apparently they symbolise reincarnation, I wonder if that's why a certain man picked it for his emblem?? The town was a ...
... Started with prawns and squid and then just so much food kept coming. Most of the cooking is without soy sauce, so for me, so far so good. Plus I have a lot of great translators looking after me. It was lovely to be able to sit at a huge communal table, share food and chat with people. Reminded me of lots of other lunches I have had while travelling. Always fantastic hospitality and such lovely people. I am glad I have stuck with writing this blog. I have been so lucky to see a lot ...
... and i arrive at Trung, 185 Pham Ngu Lao St., Dist 1, HCM City, Vietnam. Bike is ready, but no keyring, cap, wallet and pen like with the TT, or bottle of bubbly like with the Fortuner, no. Just the raw performance Chinese machine. I gotta admit, riding the bike out i was a bit nervous. Hahahaha! how cool is that. When last did you do something that made you nervous! Not because of the bike itself but more the bloody traffic! And its out straight onto Ngu Lao street, which is ...
... outside on the streets. We spent a large amount of time there and soon came back to the resort. We felt hungry and had dinner in the restaurant of the resort. We had white rice, fish, vegetables, fried rice, roasted duck and a lot more delicious food. The restaurant smelt of sweet fried rice and spices coming from the kitchen. The grand aroma filled the whole ...
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